Boys track and field season preview
Center Grove’s hard-earned reputation for producing elite hurdlers carries with it a vast array of names and times.
Local sports roundup: March 13
Girls basketball: All-County team
When Lauren Foster and Faith Wiseman found out that they’re sharing Daily Journal Player of the Year honors in girls basketball this season, each genuinely seemed happier for the other than for herself — which makes Indian Creek’s team success this winter make even more sense.
College notebook: Thompson leads Bentley to conference title
The Bentley women’s basketball team downed Southern New Hampshire, 61-49, in the championship game of the Northeast-10 Conference women’s basketball tournament. Center Grove graduate Ella Thompson helped lead the Falcons to the title with her 15 points, four rebounds and three assists.
Brandon Butler: Missouri’s trout parks a celebration of fishing
When the whistle blew on the morning of March 1, trout season opened in Missouri. I was standing under the bridge at Montauk State Park. On both sides of me, other anglers were a rod length away, and I was happy to have them there. The trout opener is a celebration of fishing. It was fun to spend the day with over 1,000 fellow anglers.
Wingler seeks record season in both shot put, discus
When it comes to establishing goals for the upcoming season, Shelby Wingler is swinging for the fences.
Local sports roundup: March 10
Local sports roundup: March 9
Mentored by coaching legends, Franklin’s Hass became one himself
Working as a lifeguard during his teenage years, Kurt Hass started teaching swim lessons at the public pool in Franklin. At first, it was just a good way to earn some extra money through high school and college — but it didn’t take long for Hass to view it as a gateway to a potential career.